Photo: Airlines in Korea reopen international flights
Airlines in Korea are reopening international flight routes that were closed due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). As travel bans are lifting, the demand for international flights to and from Korea are on the rise.
Flights for China, Japan, Vietnam, and Russia have been reopened, and Korea Air will provide roundtrip flights from Incheon to Osaka starting October 7.
Asiana Airlines already opened flights for China including Changchun and Nanjing followed by Chengdu on September 10.
Low cost carriers are also following suit. Air Busan opened flights from Incheon to Shenzhen in July and will also add Busan to Qingdao on October 15.
On September 16, T’way Air reopened flights from Incheon to Wuhan, and on September 26, Jin Air added additional flights from Jeju Island to Xi’an.